Top Bollywood Movies Roar The Power At The Blockbuster Club Of Rs 300 Crore Box Office Collection

Ankita Chetana |Oct 23, 2019

As “War” entered the elite Rs 300 crore club, let’s take a tour of Bollywood movies that hit the tossing bar of box office collection.

Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff starrer War has just added a brick the wall of Bollywood movies over Rs 300 crore at the box office. It is also the first movie of this year and the third one of Yash Raj Films after Sultan and Tiger Zinda Hai to tick the title on the golden club.

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Years over years, with the development of the entertainment industry, there are more and more blockbuster on the line with many new records. But scoring a triple century is not the simple thing that a movie can easily achieve.

War has marked itself the ninth film amongst Bollywood movies over Rs 300 crore at the box office. So, let’s look back at the list of other ten names in this prestigious click.

PK (2014 - Rs 340.80 crore)

Bollywood movies over Rs 300 crore: PK

Bearing the super-hit of all time 3 idiots with the collection of over Rs 200 crore, director Rajkumar Hirani and Aamir Khan created another bomb at the box office in 2014. Their directorial PK opened the miracle door of a new record when collecting Rs 340.80 crore at that time.

Bajrangi Bhaijaan (2015 - Rs 320.34 crore)

Bajrangi Bhaijaan

Superstar Salman Khan marked a golden phase in his acting career when his movie Bajrangi Bhaijaan directed by Kabir Khan earned Rs 320.34 crore in its lifetime.

Sultan (2016 - Rs 300.45 crore)


The second Salman Khan starrer which hitting the milestone of Rs 300 crore is Ali Abbas Zafar’s directorial Sultan. At that time, the superstar became the only B-town actor to have a couple of Rs 300 crore-earners in his library. The movie completed its lifetime collection at Rs 300.45 crore, becoming the first YRF film to touch the feat.

Dangal (also 2016 - Rs 387.38 crore)


In the same year, Mr Perfectionist scrambled abroad the Bhaijaan of B-town to hold two masterpieces in hand after Nitesh Tiwari’s Dangal released. Breaking all the box office collections before, the movie garnered Rs 387.38 crore, emerging the highest-grossing Bollywood film of all time. Up to now, the non-dubbed version remains its top ranking in the Hindi world.

The Hindi version of Bahubali 2 (2017 - Rs 510.99 crore)

When it comes to the highest-grossing Hindi film in the history of the box office, all of us cannot forget Bahubali 2’s Hindi version. Under SS Rajamouli’s direction, the epic hit levelled up to the new zone of Rs 500 crore club and maintains to be the only Hindi film to reach that line till date.

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Bollywood movies over Rs 300 crore: Bahubali 2 even touches the Rs 500 crore club

The film created a new game for all the movies throughout the time a new doorstep when having Rs 510.99 crore in the bank.

Tiger Zinda Hai (2017 - Rs 339.16 crore)

Tiger Zinda Hai

Salman Khan continued his series of Rs 300 crore-grosser after playing in Tiger Zinda Hai in 2017. The movie is also the second YRF movie to crack the lock into the hits’ club. Since then, no other than the actor masters a triple of Rs 300 crore-earners in the kitty.

Padmaavat (2018 - Rs 302.15 crore)


Directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Padmaavat featuring Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, and Shahid Kapoor was a young regiment to enter the Rs 300 crore club. The movie stopped its crazy run at the box office with a whopping grossing of Rs 302.15 crore.

Sanju (2018 - Rs 342.53 crore)

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Sanju marked Ranbir Kapoor’s marvellous debut with Rajkumar Hirani’s film when it earned Rs 342.53 crore. The actor shone his light when playing as Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt in the much-awaited biopic.

The nest of Bollywood movies over Rs 300 crore has just adapted Siddharth Anand's War to be the ninth member. The promising way to add more blockbusters to this club is blooming to all kinds and genres of films in B-town. Let's wait what the next name is in the 10th position of this prestigious chart.


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